Sunday, July 23, 2017

Practice Structure: Pass or Play Revisited

I previously wrote about the game pass of play as a way for students to build fluency in basic math concepts.  The point of the game is for players to lay one card at a time, in sequential order.  So, if the first player lays a 7, the next player would lay an 8.  Then the next player would play 9, and so on.  The first player can play any card in the sequence and the list will loop.  For example a game might have the following play: {7,8,9,0,1,2,3,4,5,6}.

Here is the original post with more details on how to play.  The original post contains two downloads of sample games.  The first is on the angle and segment addition postulates and the second is on interior and exterior angles of triangles.

Here are two new games.

Kindergarten - Subsidizing Pass or Play
Grade 4 - Multiplying by 10, 100, and 100 Pass or Play

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